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CAMADE keeps your gaming mouse on a leash and that’s a good thing

NEWS – While a lot of us have moved away from using wired mice, gamers still prefer them for the speed advantages over their wireless counterparts. But one disadvantage to using a wired mouse is that pesky tail otherwise known as the cable. When you’re gaming, you don’t want to snag the cable on something …

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Play a game of golf, baseball, or basketball on the back of your office door

In the mood for a game, but there’s no time for a trip to the links or the gym?  With these dartboards, you can play a game of baseball, basketball, or golf in your own office or game room.  Each of these games is hand-made by Jay Stoltz in his workshop in Roanoke, VA.  He uses cork, …

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Give Mom a challenge for Mother’s Day

This double-sided puzzle is a great gift for people who love Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, jigsaw puzzles, or who just love a challenge.  The puzzle features a photo of Wright’s Fallingwater as it soars over the waterfall on one side and the building’s blueprint on the other side.  To help make it a little easier …

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Celebrating the life and humor of Stephen Hawking – see the Quantum Chess showdown with Paul Rudd

Stephen Hawking, a renowned theoretical physicist, and well-known author passed away on March 14, 2018. He may have been one of the more famous and brilliant scientists of our time, but isn’t it wonderful to know that he had a fabulous sense of humor? It makes him a bit more human to the rest of us. I …

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The Oregon Trail Handheld Game brings you dysentery on-the-go

It’s an 80’s classroom nostalgia trip in a pocket-sized package! In this handheld version of the classic Oregon Trail, hunt for food, trade with settlers and ford dangerous rivers as you attempt the 19th-century trek from Missouri to Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley. This game was a treat to play in elementary school, though I think …

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Everyone has a fun new part-time job with HQ Trivia

HQ Trivia is a new app available for iPhones and Androids that has the population going berserk. It’s a live game show, where the winners of the 12 question trivia match split actual money! Currently, the usual amount up for division is $2,500, but it has been as high as $18,000! Depending on the difficulty …

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Who cares about the SNES Classic mini, there’s going to be a C64 mini!

My second real computer (the first was a TI 99/4A) was a Commodore 64 and it was what started my obsession with BBSes and computers in general. I spent many hours typing in programs from magazines like Run and playing games like Pharaoh’s Curse, B.C.’s Quest for Tires, and others. I’m pretty excited to hear …

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Rejoice, dominoes have evolved

When was the last time that you played a rousing game of dominoes? I’ll admit that it’s been a few years for me, but if I had a set of Edge Dominoes from Fire Road, I’d want to play a game every day because they look so cool.